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To all who come here… Believe.

Today is my birthday…this appointment is my gift to myself.

The more I face my fears the more free I become. I know one day I will be through this.

Gradually you feel whole again. One day at a time, one foot in front of the other.

I have found an inner strength I never know I had. I can survive this – you can too.

It is never your fault. Don’t let someone else define your life.

Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.

F iRespect Join the campaign! Express what you respect, make your personality and creativity shine and stand for respect with your community through social medias. You can also sponsor the campaign to promote respect in your workplace and in the community.

The lack of respect is one of the root cause of too many problems. Bullying, harassment, violence, depression, sickness, wars and many others. We don’t have a magic wand to make this world instantly respectful but we can all make a difference in our life, our workplace and our community. More respect means better relationships, less employee turnover, less absenteeism, better health, less violence in our community, better grades at school and many other benefits. By promoting respect for others, you promote respect for yourself which is the most important. Join the campaign! Together, we can make this world a better place.

F iExpress

There are multiple ways to express your respect. This slider presents creative ways to express your respect including some American Sign Language words. If you want to share your respect for music, bring your instrument in the picture. If you respect your family, bring them in with you.  Go ahead, be creative, express your respect and share it with us by clicking here!

F iShare

Once we have published your photo and your message on our social media platform, we invite you to tag your photo, share the post on your wall and invite your friends and family to participate. Make sure to like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter!


donatebuttonThe Central Alberta Sexual Assault Centre receives more than 400 new clients every year. We help people without any distinction of their sex, age or background. We offer free services including counseling, education, crisis response, court support and we’ve just completed a kids playroom. Our objectives for 2015-16 are to increase our education and prevention program to visit more schools and we want to reach more kids by creating a smart phone application. Whether you want to donate $1 dollar or help us with a monthly donation, your support is really appreciated. If you want to donate without participating in the iRespect campaign, simply click here. If you want to participate to the campaign first, simply click on Join the iRespect campaign! On behalf of all our past and future clients, we want to thank you for your support.

F iSponsor

CASASC offers your company the opportunity to associate your logo with our campaign and to promote a message of respect through social media. In exchange of a donation of $200 or more, we will modify your picture like the examples below and we will reinvest 15% of your donation through a “boost” on Facebook or Twitter, to the social media market of your choice in central Alberta. This will allow your business to benefit from more exposure to clients and will promote the campaign at the same time. To better understand how the iSponsor “boost” promotion works, please visit the FAQ below.

F iParticipate

No donations are required to participate in the campaign.

Your Name (required)

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Tell us about yourself and What you Respect

Upload your iRespect picture

Sponsor your company or organization with the iRespect campaign

15% of your donation will be invested into Facebook advertising in central Alberta.

Organization or business name

Your organization's contact name

Your contact phone number

Your organization's web address

Facebook Page

Upload your logo

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"Donations are optional"

Here is a few pictures of our participants Facebook post!

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